"Hospitality Management Hospitality Management A.A.S"
COLLEGE: Montgomery College HIGH SCHOOLS: Clarksburg, Damascus, Einstein, Gaithersburg, Johnson, Kennedy, CLUSTER: Human & Consumer Services, Hospitality, & Tourism Magruder, R. Montgomery, Northwest, Paint Branch, Quince Orchard, MCPS PROGRAM: Hospitality Management Rockville, Sherwood, Springbrook, Watkins Mill, Wheaton, MC PROGRAM: Hospitality Management A.A.S. Whitman, Wootton The Hospitality Management program offers students opportunities to gain knowledge and skills in many aspects of the food industry. Nutrition, food safety, sanitation, and management are emphasized. Students study in a laboratory environment and explore emerging technologies as they relate to specific dietary and consumer needs. ProStart®, a nationally recognized curriculum from the Restaurant Association of American, take the ProStart® and ServSafe® exams for certification. REQUIRED COURSES SOCIAL RECOMMENDED ELECTIVE COURSES GRADE ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE STUDIES OTHER ELECTIVE COURSES CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSES Algebra I or Technology 9 English Matter & Energy US History A/B Foreign Language Physical Education Geometry Education Credit Accounting and Software Applications by Design A/B are highly recommended courses. International SECONDARY Geometry Health (.5) 10 English Biology NSL Foreign Language Cultures & Cuisines Algebra 2 Elective (.5) A/B Algebra 2 Modern World Culinary Essentials 11 English Chemistry Fine Arts Elective NTS Precalculus History A/B A/B STUDENT ENTRY POIN S Students work with partners from the food industry and from local hospitals. Human & Consumer Services, Hospitality, Precalculus &Tourism Internship (2 credits required for 12 English Physics ServSafe® certification, ProStart® Accounting Calculus certificate, and articulation) This program is available at out. may be Community College and Baltimore International College. Articulation agreements are being phased AnneItArundelin effect until June, 2010 at some high schools. EN 101 Techniques HM 101 Introduction Year 1 Mathematics MG 101 Principles of Reading & Health Foundation to the Hospitality Speech Foundation 1st Semester Foundation of Management POSTSECONDARY Writing Industry FM 107 Food & HM 143 Year 1 Natural Sciences FM 103 Introduction FM 105 Food English Foundation Beverage Management of Front 2nd Semester Lab Distribution to Nutrition Service Sanitation Management Office Operations Behavioral & Social MG 121 FM 110 Principles FM 111 Principles Year 2 AC 201 Principles Sciences Introduction to of Food Production- of Food Production- 1st Semester of Accounting Distribution Marketing Lecture Lab FM 208 Food & HM 240 Lodging HM 207 Legal Year 2 Arts or Humanities FM 204 Catering Beverage Cost and Food Service Issues in Labor 2nd Semester Distribution and Banquets Controls Sales Management This program is being phased in as of September, 2006. Required Courses Recommended Elective Courses Career and Technical Education Courses Credit-Based Transition Programs (e.g. Dual/Concurrent Enrollment, Articulated Courses) This MCPS CTE program is approved by the ( =High School to Com. College)( =Com. College to 4-Yr Institution) Maryland State Department of Education for graduates in 2012 M l d St t D t t f Ed ti f d t i 2012. Human and Consumer Services, Hospitality, and Tourism 2009–2010 Hospitality Management (OASIS Code = HM) CIP 52.0955 Requirements for Program Completion (2 credits A) + (1 credit B) + (1 credit C) Code Course # Course Title Credit 4630/4640 International Cultures and Cuisines A/B 1.0 A 4825/4826 Culinary Essentials A/B 1.0 Human and Consumer Services, Hospitality and B 4816 .5 Tourism Internship (Unlimited Repeats) Human and Consumer Services, Hospitality and C 4816 .5 Tourism Internship (Unlimited Repeats) For more information, go to: http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/cte/toolkit/ClusterInfo/Hospitality/prog_hosp_mgtnew.pdf